Director of Communications for the United States Sportsmen's Alliance (USSA) Greg Lawson talks to John Popp and Cameron Gray about major legal and political developments pertaining to hunting. The California legislature is moving closer to instating a long-gun registry despite the dismal failure of a similar institution in Canada. The state of Florida is seeking public input to develop plans for black bear management, and Lawson says that they are to be commended for opening the process to the public at an early stage. The men also discuss the protected status of gray wolves in Montana and Idaho as well as the attacks by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on the hunting show hosted by a former American Idol contestant. Originally aired 8/19/2010.